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Old 29th December 2007, 23:33   #16
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That's great news! The more, the merrier I say. The competition is bound to drive VALUE into the upper end of the market, where so far, most brands are charging large premiums.

Originally Posted by khanak View Post
I dont understand why Toyota launched the Camry in India, They could have easily bought it in as a Lexus ES and people would find it a lot easier to fork out "CBU" money for a Lexus rather than a Toyota.
I think it was a good move for them to launch the Camry as a Toyota. Can you imagine the negative backlash they would have faced when people started saying that the "Lexus" was nothing more than a rebadged Camry with some different trim and an inflated price tag? Let them bring the real Lexus to India. Not rebadged Land Cruisers and Camrys.
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